A Passover Reflection from Rabbi Shimon Felix
The Coronavirus pandemic has hit everyone very hard, and made our lives more than a little surreal. Here in Israel, there is a particular weirdness in the fact that we are experiencing all this during the run-up to Passover, a major holiday, celebrated by just about all Israeli Jews, beginning with a large family meal –... Read More
Register for the Apeirogon Book Club and enter to win a signed copy!
Enter a writing contest to win a signed copy of Apeirogon – the deadline has been extended to Sunday at 11:59 PM EDT! See details below.
Register for the first Telos Book Club on April 14th at 7:00 PM EDT. Author and Narrative 4 co-founder Colum McCann will join us to share about his new Telos-inspired book Apeirogon.... Read More
Checking in with our partners
Director of Operations at the Whitney Plantation Museum
For all of us, life has changed. Our usual daily routines have been suspended, and there is much fear and uncertainty in the world right now. Here in southern Louisiana we are not strangers to our lives being upended by unpredictable forces to which we have no defense.... Read More
Sharing New Stories for a New Day
This month we are sharing examples of how you, the Pro/Pro/Pro network, are writing a New Stories for a New Day. A new day in which we stand together for justice, freedom and dignity for all, at home and around the world, including for all Palestinians and Israelis.
This week, we are sharing the stories of Jen Bellini,... Read More
Creating a New Story for a New Day
This month, we are sharing examples of how you, the Pro/Pro/Pro network, are writing a New Story for a New Day. A new day in which we stand together for justice, freedom and dignity for all, at home and around the world, including for all Palestinians and Israelis.
This week, we are sharing the stories of visual and musical artists Kellie Haddock,... Read More
A New Story for A New Day
They’ve been fighting for thousands of years.
There’s nothing I can do.
Us VS Them
Where there’s a will,... Read More
An update on The Telos Table
For those of you who have been on a Telos trip, two of the most enriching parts of the experience are gathering as a community over a meal (often with the ‘other’), and debriefing and processing over conversations back on the bus. Our new program, the Telos Table, brings these elements back home to mobilize post-trip engagement and strengthen the network of active peacemakers in the pro/pro/pro movement.... Read More
The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
By Todd Deatherage
When our kids were little, one of our favorite books was Alexander and The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day about a little boy who wakes up with gum in his hair and, as a day of disheartening events unfolds, decides he wants to move to Australia.... Read More
The Telos Team Visits Northern Ireland
By Todd Deatherage
The Telos team has just returned from an experiential learning retreat in Northern Ireland. Five days in Belfast is not nearly enough to fully understand what the locals call “The Troubles,” that long period of sectarian violence that largely ended with the Good Friday Agreement in 1998.... Read More
An Interview with Stu G
Stu G, well-known Christian artist, Telos alumn, and dear friend, just released another piece in a major series of work inspired in part by his experiences with Telos. The film, A View from the Hill, is part of The Beatitudes Project, which explores the announcements and invitations that Jesus makes during the Sermon on the Mount through the film,... Read More